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Roll-Rite Glass Rolling Pin

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This antique rolling pin is practical and cute! It is made of glass and has it's original metal cap. The rolling pin was made by the Owens-Illinois Glass Company of Toledo, Ohio. The lid reads, "Roll-Rite, Tested and Approved by Good House Keeping Institute, Certified by Good Housekeeping Magazine. Serial Number 3193". The cap is slightly faded, but all of the words are readable.

An old advertisement for this rolling pin reads, "Fill this rolling pin with cold water or cracked ice a few minutes before using to be sure of tender, flaky pie crust and pastries with Roll-Rite rolling pin". The temperature of the water or ice keeps the pie dough from sticking to the pin. It also keeps the butter or shortening in your dough from melting.

The glass rolling pin is in very good condition. It has a few signs or use, but no cracks or chips. Has some minor scratches on the outside.

I have seen this exact rolling pin listed for $75.00! This is a bargain.

Measurements: 14" long, mouth diameter is 1.5"

All photos © Jadite Kate 2011

Roll-Rite Glass Rolling Pin


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: glass, metal
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 740 reviews
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